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  • Over the past three years Corrocoat Corrosioneering has carried out many pipe lining projects for the BP Magnus Platform in the North Sea. In the last few months we completed a contract for the latest of these – the internal and external corrosion protection of a 36” diameter caisson and its associated pipework weighing approx 27 tonnes and measuring 30 meters in length.


    A N T I - C O R R O S I O N A T W O R K

    Issue 112 October 2013

    In this issue

    Cooperation Provides Effective Solution On Pile Casing Contract

    Kazakhstan Operation Now Up and Running



    Corrocoat USA Provide Cost-Effective Solution

    Corrocoat Japan And Philippines Cooperate On Reactor And Tank Contracts

    Desalter Vessel Refurbished And Protected At Oil Refinery

    Indian Power Plant Issues KCPL With A Performance Certificate

    Case File: Pipe Lining And Field joint Repair

    On-Going Acid Tank Contracts For Corrocoat Indonesia

    KCPL wins major contracts for internal coating of pipes for handling seawater

    Large Bore 132” (3.35m) Butterfly Valves

    Corrocoat Achieves NORSOK Approval

    2014 Year Planners Available Now

    New Appointments At Corrocoat USA


    New Licensees

    J60333_Corrocoat Newsletter 31/10/2013 12:59 Page 2

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    Kazakhstan operation now up and running

    By pooling the substantial expertise and resources of its Johannesburg and Cape Town operations, Corrocoat SA Pty has recently completed a contract to coat 150 pile casings on site at a pipe fabricator in Johannesburg. The contract was completed using a heated plural feed spray rig and the fabricator’s own installed wheelabrator blast machine and pipe rollers.

    Cooperation provides effective solution on pile casing contract

    Kashagen oilfield, Kazakhstan

    J60333_Corrocoat Newsletter 31/10/2013 12:59 Page 3

  • Corrocoat USA has just recoated a kaolin clay pulverizer tank for one of the world’s leading chemical companies. The tank and its associated grinder, separate and reduce kaolin clay from coagulated chunks to fine raw kaolin. The tank is 4’9” diameter x 9’6” tall and the agitator shaft includes eight four-pronged blades.

    The classic method for reducing the wear caused to the tank walls and the blades is by lining each with 3/4” thick rubber. Using this method, the client had a preventative maintenance schedule of nine months for the blades and 24 months for the tanks. To complete this, the tank and blade had to be taken out of service, disassembled, sent to a rubber lining contractor who would remove the old rubber before re-lining. The process was extremely expensive and typically took 2-3 months to complete.

    In order to test our technology in this extremely abrasive environment, Corrocoat USA first performed a rubber repair at the tips of one the blades. The existing rubber was removed; the steel blade blasted and primed using Plasmet ECP. The blade and the rubber interface were coated with two coats of Plasmet HTE. Using a former Plasmet HTE was poured to create a ¾” thick Plasmet HTE composite blade tip.

    After six months of service without problems, the client felt comfortable enough to use our technology to coat all the blades, using Plasmet HTE at 120 microns, and the respective tanks, using Polyglass VEF + Polyglass VEF WR at 80 mils system dft.

    The client now prefers to use Corrocoat coatings instead of rubber for this application as we are more cost effective on the initial application, offer a superior life cycle and a more cost effective repair procedure. To date we have relined four of the 39 pulverizer tanks at the plant and four sets of blades.


    Following the success of the previous work at the Coral Bay HPAL facility in the Philippines, Corrocoat Japan, working with subsidiary Corrocoat Philippines, successfully carried out the anti-corrosive coating of four MS Reactors and three large tanks for the Nickel Asia Corporation’s Taganito High Pressure Acid Leach.

    The hydrometallurgical nickel processing plant uses the high-pressure acid leach (HPAL) process where the great qualities of Corrothane XT i.e. good chemical and high temperature resistance, have been proven to meet the specification for the production process. The HPAL project required more than 9,000 litres of Corrothane XT which was applied to the internals of seven tanks, nozzles and attachments.

    Construction work on this new plant is on schedule for commissioning in late 2013. The project represents the single largest investment in the Philippines minerals sector to-date.



    J60333_Corrocoat Newsletter 31/10/2013 12:59 Page 4



    Corrocoat Egypt has just completed a complex refurbishment and corrosion protection contract on a desalter vessel for the Suez Oil Company at its SUCO Gabal Zait plant in Egypt. The desalter, which is used to remove salt from crude oil, has been in use for some time but as part of an ongoing maintenance programme in this aggressive environment, inspection and corrosion protection is vital to ensure it continues to operate efficiently.

    Kiroloskar Corrocoat Private Ltd (KCPL) – Corrocoat’s joint venture in India was so successful when it coated the chimneys, scrubbers, ducts and dampers at Dahanu Thermal Power Station, its owners and operators - Reliance Infrastructure have issued a performance certificate.

    Indian power plant issues KCPL with a

    performance certificate

    The Corrocoat team first grit blasted the internal surfaces to ISO 8501-1, Sa2 ½ - all the abrasive and dust being removed by hand and vacuum cleaning. Corrosion inspection revealed deep pitting corrosion in certain areas so after coating with POLYGLASS PPA primer, CORROFILL VE was applied to the deep pitted areas. POLYGLASS VE HA was then used to build thickness on flanges and covers, followed by two coats of POLYGLASS VEF to achieve a minimum of 1200 microns.

    The contract was completed in 10 days and Corrocoat Egypt had no hesitation in providing the customer with a five year guarantee.

    J60333_Corrocoat Newsletter 31/10/2013 12:59 Page 5

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    CLIENT Uramin (now Areva) Trekkoppie Uranium Mine in Namibia as owner WSP-Africa as design and consulting engineers Murray and Roberts as installation contractors

    APPLICATION DATE Mainline coating – 2008, Field Joints – 2009

    SCOPE OF WORK Line and Coat circa 3km of 1200NB x 18.25m length mild steel pipes at pipe fabricator’s factory in Johannesburg, South Africa.

    Line field-weld joints on site in Namibia after pipes were welded together in strings, and again when the strings were welded together during pull-out to sea phase.

    The pipes were first welded together in 152m length strings, concrete weight-coated and the weld joints coated. Once all strings were completed the strings were welded together and the coating repaired under very demanding time frame, as the pipes were pulled out to sea.

    COATING SYSTEM • External: Zip-E at 1.2mm dft • Intakes – first 100m: VEF @ 1.2mm + Biofoul • Internal – remainder: Zip-E @ 1.2mm dft

    CORROCOAT CREDENTIALS The design life of 30 years called for the best in corrosion protection for these submerged seawater intake and brine discharge pipelines.

    Zip-E was specified by the corrosion consultants as the only material possessing the required long-term diffusion resistance, cathodic disbondment resistance, flexibility and life-expectancy for this application.

    A second consideration was the ability to repair the field joints on site to the same quality standards as the factory applied mainline coating, and under the tight time frames necessitated by the welding schedule on site.

    A third consideration was the availability of a single source guarantee by having the coating applied by the coating manufacturer’s dedicated contracting division.


    The pipes being coated in the factory

    Pipes stacked at the factory, ready for transport to Namibia

    Pipes being welded together and concrete weight-coated on site

    J60333_Corrocoat Newsletter 31/10/2013 13:00 Page 6


    KCPL wins major pipe coating contracts

    For many years Corrocoat Indonesia has been internally coating the tanks used to hold the acids which stimulate oil flow at the refineries of three US service majors.

    In the last few months alone, they have completed contracts to coat a small mixing tank for BJ Services, a 6000 gallon tank for Halliburton and four 160 barrel tanks for Dowell Anadrill Schumberger. In addition the E & P division of the State Oil Company awarded them contracts for coating two mixing tanks and a road tanker.

    The acids used in these tanks are a mixture of chemicals - predominately hydrogen chloride. By coating them with a laminate layer, VEF and VE Veilcoat to 2500 microns an excellent service life is being achieved - Many tanks have been in regular use for over 10 years with zero failures reported.


    India has a large coastline and sea water is increasingly becoming the only choice for plant cooling water purposes in large